2018 Forecast: Can The Army Reinvent Itself?

The Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, checks out a cyber/electronic warfare unit at the National Training Center. WASHINGTON: Over the next few weeks, US Army leaders will make major decisions about the Futures Command they’re standing up this summer. The new organization will be the biggest departure in how the Army buys weapons in… Please follow and like us:

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Scientists Create The World’s Smallest Holiday Card

Scientists at a laboratory in London created a one-of-a-kind festive item: the world’s smallest Christmas card. In fact, it’s so tiny that you can’t spot it with the naked eye. You’ll need a microscope to make out the fine details of the card, which has a snowman on the front, accompanied by a “Seasons Greeting” message.… Please follow and like us:

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Our Chips, Code Are More Secure Than Silicon Valley’s: Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman digitized cockpit display for UH-60V Black Hawk helicopter BALTIMORE: The Pentagon has fallen in love with Silicon Valley — though it’s largely unrequited — but traditional defense firms argue there are some things only they can do. One striking example: this Northrop Grumman factory, where the company makes its own microchips “from sand” with… Please follow and like us:

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How to charge your devices the right way

Give those batteries long, healthy lives. Charge and charge again. Rawpixel.com/Unsplash Without a battery, your expensive laptop or smartphone becomes a hunk of dead electronics. And these rechargeable powerhouses have a finite lifespan: Over time, they will start losing power faster and taking longer to charge. To extend the battery’s useful life for as long as… Please follow and like us:

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